Cars 2023 .. a race in luxury among the major manufacturers “Photos”

Well-known international companies in the automotive industry, especially BMW, Dodge and Hyundai, have unveiled models for the year 2023, despite the slowdown in the market.

Manufacturers are preparing to introduce new cars to dealers over the next few months.

Some cars, according to the “Motor One” website, which specializes in the world of cars, have seen their debut for the next year, but there are still many new models on the way before January 2023.

Alfa Romeo Tonale 2023

Alfa Romeo has expanded its crossover range with the launch of its new iconic Tonale.

The Tonale, the younger sister of the Stelvio, is the first hybrid electric car of the Alfa Romeo brand, with a 1.3-liter four-cylinder engine, with a turbocharger for the battery, and the car comes with a power of 272 “horses. “, with an electric range of up to 30 miles.

The new Alfa Romeo Tonale goes on sale later this year and is supposed to start at around $30,000.

BMW 7 (Series / i7) 2023

The BMW 7 is the largest and most luxurious sedan from BMW brand new for 2023.

The new 7 Series has bold styling, a luxurious interior and a choice of powertrain: gas or electric.

Gas models come with six and eight cylinders, while the new BMW i7 uses a 101.7 kWh battery pack. Both the Gas 7 and i7 series deliver up to 536 horsepower.

BMW XM 2023

Last year, BMW unveiled the idea of ​​the XM with a brutal design and a hybrid power source capable of reaching 750 horsepower.

Now the concept will become a reality, the launch version comes with 644 hp, and the 750 hp version is expected later in 2023.

There is no information about the prices of the new car from BMW.

Chevrolet Corvette Z06 2023

Chevrolet will introduce its long-awaited new C8 Z06 later this year, with 670 horsepower and a new 5.5-liter V8 engine.

This super coupe can reach speeds of 8600 rpm and reach 60 mph in just 2.6 seconds.

The price of the new Z06 starts at $106,395, but the order books for the car are already closed for 2023.

Dodge Hornet 2023

Finally, Dodge introduced its own compact crossover, the Hornet. Built on the Alfa Romeo Tonale platform, the Dodge Hornet is equipped with a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine with a turbocharger and a plug-in hybrid option that produces up to 285 horsepower , accelerates from zero to 60 in 6.1 seconds.

The new Hornet will go on sale later this year and should start at $30,000.

Ferrari Borosang 2023

Ferrari unveiled the company’s first SUV, the Porsang, and the Purosangue features a 6.5-liter V12 engine that produces 715 horsepower and 528 pound-feet of torque—more powerful than any naturally aspirated Ferrari product to date.

The new Ferrari Purosangue will go on sale later this year, with a starting price of around $400,000.

Honda CR-V 2023

The long-awaited Honda CR-V 2023 is finally here.

Honda’s beloved compact sedan underwent a facelift for 2023, which included significant exterior styling updates, a new Civic-inspired cabin and engine option updates.

Honda HR-V 2023

The Honda HR-V crossover debuted in the US in 2016. But for 2023, the compact car gets a facelift that now includes a sharp exterior design and a new 2.0-liter engine that produces 158 horsepower.

The car will go on sale with a starting price of $24,895.

Hyundai Ioniq 6 2024

While not technically a 2023 model, the Ioniq 6 electric sedan is expected to go on sale outside the US later this year, before heading to America.

It comes with a 53.0 or 77.4 kWh battery, and up to 320 horsepower, available on the two-motor model.

The price of the Ioniq 6 is expected to start at around $40,000.

Kia Niro 2023

The Kia Niro has undergone a major facelift for 2023, and this update includes a new exterior design, a fresh interior, and a continuation of the PHEV and full-EV models. However, the base Niro gets the same 1.6-liter hybrid setup as last year, which is good for 139 hp.

The hybrid car is expected to go on sale in the United States within the next few months, according to the “motor1” website, which specializes in the automotive world.

Lexus RZ 2023

Lexus has electrified its range, and the first fully electric vehicle for the Lexus brand will be the RZ Cross. The RZ will be mounted on the same e-TNGA platform as the Toyota BZ4X and Subaru Solterra, but likely with a larger battery pack and more range.

The Lexus RZ will go on sale later this year.

Mercedes-Benz EQE SUV 2023

The smaller Mercedes-Benz EQS SUV is expected to join the lineup later this year. The base model will produce 288 hp while the AMG version can pump up to 671 hp at the top spec.

Polestar 3- 2023

Polestar expands its product range with 1 or 3 cars. The new Polestar 3 will be the brand’s first electric crossover, joining the existing Polestar 2 sedan.

The Polestar 3 crossover borrowed elements from the 2 sedan, including single- and dual-motor layouts, but not all details are known until the EV goes on sale later this year.

Toyota Crown 2023

Not quite a sedan, and not quite a crossover, the Crown is a unique addition to Toyota’s 2023 lineup.

The car comes with two hybrid powertrain options – a 2.5-liter engine and a 2.4-liter turbocharged unit – with the most powerful version producing 340 horsepower.

The new Crown will go on sale later this year, but Toyota has not provided any pricing details.

Toyota GR Corolla 2023

Toyota has launched its new GR Corolla hatchback. The GR Corolla is rumored to use the same turbocharged 1.6-liter three-cylinder as the Yaris, could have nearly 270 horsepower and a manual transmission when it debuts later this year.

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